Of all of the voices inside my head, the hardest one for me to drown out is ego. Ego is a nasty bugger (read that as if I said it in a British accent). Typically, long distance runners are used to ignoring a lot of things that our body is asking of us or writing the script for what we think it wants to hear.
“Well yeah, my legs might literally fall off but I’m fine. Really, I’m fine.”
“It’s okay if I eat this entire bag of malt vinegar chips, my body…Continue
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The Pikes Peak Marathon may be turning 60, but that doesn't mean we're technological dinosaurs! Join in the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with #RunPikesPeak! When you chat with us, we'll do our best to return the favor and talk back.
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Happy snowy Sunday fellow Quinnian's!
I hope you had a great time last week for Fat Tuesday/Mardi Gras….Next month we will NOT be at Jack Quinn’s on St Paddy’s Day (Tuesday 17 March).…Continue
Added by Michael Yowell on February 22, 2015 at 3:49pm — No Comments
Whoever said running is a cheap sport never:
a.) Participated in many races
b.) Ran year round in seasonal weather
c.) Ran long distances
d.) Had an affinity for Lulu Lemon running crops
e.) All of the above
The correct answer is all of the above.
Sure, you could throw on a pair of ol “sneaks” and hit the road for a mile or three. Running is easy, running is cheap, just throw on what you have and walk out your door, no…Continue
This August we - the runners of Colorado Springs - will celebrate the 60th running of the Pikes Peak Ascent and Marathon. Really, we are celebrating the awe-inspiring history of running in the Pikes Peak region and you, the thousands of runners that make our community unique. Over these 60 years, we have played host to the first ever female marathoner, Arlene Piper, who will join us again this summer. We have hosted the WMRA Long Distance Challenge, the Sky Runner World Series, and…Continue
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Everyone knows that squats and lunges are great exercises to help you handle the steep and deep. But did you know that preventing injury on the slopes starts in your bedroom? Keep reading to find out the three things I teach my patients to prevent pain on the slopes—or even while doing yard work—these tips will help you prevent pain before it begins.
1. Preventing pain on the slopes starts…in the bedroom
The things you do to…Continue
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You have stretched, braced, iced, rolled, rested, strengthened, changed shoes and prayed to the plantar fascia gods but nothing is helping your chronic plantar fasciitis. You are not alone, it occurs in 10% of the population. Don’t worry your problem is correctable but may be related to more than your…Continue
Added by Synergy Manual Physical Therapy on February 4, 2015 at 10:57am — No Comments
Since 2012, my Super Bowl Sunday has involved the Super Half Marathon / Game Day 5k in some way. In 2012 and 2013, I ran the half marathon. Last year, as I was recovering from one hip surgery and soon to find out that I needed another, I volunteered at the Jack Quinn's aid station.
This year was a little more meaning behind it. First, I'm running again after the hip surgeries. Woohoo! Second, it was on Super Bowl Sunday last year that I experienced initial symptoms of optic neuritis,…Continue
Added by Nicole Odell on February 1, 2015 at 8:33pm — No Comments